Aditi Rao Hydari Likes Her Chaat Teekha And We Approve

by Mallika Khurana
Aditi Rao Hydari Likes Her Chaat Teekha And We Approve

To say this actress is royally spectacular would be right, considering her ancestry. Aditi Rao Hydari is a talented actress who is now being praised for her outstanding performance as Anarkali in the television series Taj. She has in fact outdone herself in this famous role, and we will never get tired of singing her praises. That leads us to our special guest on this episode of Sunday Brunch, Aditi Rao Hydari, who joined our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani, and shared a glimpse into her passion for food with us. Watch the show right away to learn everything she loves.

Aditi Rao Hydari Talked About Her Love For Chaat

Like every sane person out there, Aditi is a fan of street food. There is something different about those roadside thelas that is totally missing at all the fancy restaurants. Clearly, she is also aware of that fact and loves to hog on street snacks. Once she told us that she goes out to eat pani puri like us normal folks, we were impressed. She considers it a part of the experience, and we couldn’t agree more.

Listing more of her favourite street foods, she talked about the yummy Chatpat Aloo And Kachori from Vrindavan, Kachori Kadhi from Ajmer, Mathra Kulcha from Delhi, and hot Vadas from South India. When we asked her how she likes her chaat, she revealed that she likes it spicy. Even if tears roll down her face while eating teekha gol gappa one after the other, she will not stop because that is the right way to enjoy pani puri.

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These Are The Weird Things She Ate In Mumbai

Aditi Rao Hydari
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She definitely enjoys the regional cuisine of Hyderabad, her native city. The street food there is unquestionably very different from that in Mumbai. When she first arrived here, it couldn’t have been an easy adjustment for her. So, we wanted to know about everything she found weird when she first tried it.

Aditi Rao Hydari admitted she had never had usal pav or misal pav before moving to Mumbai. She also liked dabeli, which was a unique delicacy. Since she is a South Indian, Schezwan dosa really got to her. She must have felt as we do when we hear of Fanta Maggi or chocolate omelette.

We played a pretty fun game with her in this episode; you’ve got to watch the entire clip to find out how it turned out!

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